Metallifauna by Nikos Chitoglou / Metalmorphoses
Despite the resilient nature of metal, with the right touch it can bend to a master’s will and take on shapes beyond its own, that’s why Satan uses it to send secret messages to kids. Sculptor Nikos, on the other hand, crafts a veritable Ark of animals and creatures from gears, pliars, and other hardened tools: all no match for Nikos’ metalbending.
Hand-Cut Curiosity Sculpture by Arnold Martin / Absurd Realities
The saddest realization I ever had in life was that I’ll never be able to have my very own Curiosity Rover to ride and take on walks and talk about science stuff with. Apparently NASA won’t build you a personal one, which makes me wonder what exactly they spend all those years doing. $225 USD will get you a smaller, less science-y version at etsy but it can still help you explore the alien terrain of your desktop.
Little Sad Keanu by neuralfirings
Sad Keanu was the best meme of the 21st century, possibly all time! Commemorate the infinite sadness with your own miniature portable Sads Keanu, who’s perfectly mopey sitting on your computer, keyboard, or homeless person’s park bench. Available in both leetle and teeny Keanu sizes at shapeways.
Created for my Ideation class, the assignment was to build a life-size chair capable of supporting our weight out of one found, no-cost material and one form of dry joining. I used copies of the local alt-weekly paper and lots (and lots) of zip ties.